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    I sure hope it does.

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    If you can get thymus gland (aka "sweetbreads"),they are delicious! Try one of these on the Guate butcher to see which sticks - "timo", lechecillas / menudillos / landrecillas

    I am eating liver at least 2x a wk, haven't been able to graduate your father past paté.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceCorpsCaveMan View Post
    What's on your mind for dinner, cow brains?

    Other than being an absurd piece of propaganda for vegans, they actually make some good points on why we should eat more than just muscle meats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Adrianag View Post
    If you can get thymus gland (aka "sweetbreads"),they are delicious! Try one of these on the Guate butcher to see which sticks - "timo", lechecillas / menudillos / landrecillas

    I am eating liver at least 2x a wk, haven't been able to graduate your father past paté.
    I have never tried sweetbreads, but I have heard great things. My butcher, Oscar, says these are already spoken for. He keeps them in the fridge and sells them to hotels. If you want these, you have to be the first guy there.

    Liver is very nasty, but I am still driven to eat it at least once per week.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PeaceCorpsCaveMan View Post

    Liver is very nasty, but I am still driven to eat it at least once per week.
    . I read a recipe that calls for soaking the liver in lemon juice overnight to tone down the strong flavor. Haven't tried it yet. Cooking it in bacon fat and accompanying it with a whole caramelzed onion makes it tolerble. Oh, and wrapping chicken liverd in bacon.

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    I just want some marrow-gut to throw on the bbq ... and I'm willing to beat somebody up to get it ! LOL
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    Wow, the guy that wrote that article is a freakin' idiot.
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    that is not the recipe for beef broth. it's essentially the bones (and whatever meat might still be attached) with water plus herbs. boiled forever and then drained off.

    why would someone just put brains in broth? the better way to do it is to make them kinda like scrambled eggs.

    i haven't done sweet breads, and i've only done liver as mince, mixed with muscle meat.

    i'm interested in it though. saw a recipe that really speaks to me, so i think liver will be on the menu soon enough. i bet the kid will love it.

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